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  • For Obama, Charleston eulogy a moment to comfort a shocked nation

    WASHINGTON President Barack Obama has delivered eulogies for elementary school students gunned down in a classroom, for soldiers felled at Fort Hood and for employees slain at Washington's Navy Yard. His remarks Friday at a memorial service will hit even...
  • Obama says health law now "woven into fabric of America"

    His health care legacy secure, President Barack Obama cast Thursday's Supreme Court ruling upholding Obamacare as a historic and emphatic declaration that the law has now been "woven into the fabric of America." "This is reality," Obama said in a...
  • Obama spars with transgender heckler at White House

    Obama spars with transgender heckler at White House
    President Barack Obama usually plays it cool when faced with the occasional heckler, but when one of his own invited guests to the East Room of the White House turned on him at a LGBT pride month event on Wednesday he shut it down fast. “Hey....
  • Obama gives transgender heckler the hook: 'You're in my house'

    WASHINGTON President Barack Obama usually plays it cool when faced with the occasional heckler, but when one of his own invited guests to the East Room of the White House turned on him at a LGBT pride month event on Wednesday he shut it down fast. "Hey....
  • Reg Henry: US pols just keep getting curiouser

    This year marks the 150th anniversary of Lewis Carroll's "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland," a fact more relevant than you might suppose. While written ostensibly for children, what is curiouser and curiouser to use Alice's words is that this masterpiece...
  • US chides China but avoids clouding cooperation

    The United States voiced deep concern Tuesday over state-sponsored cybertheft and tension in the disputed seas of East Asia but did not let the sharp disagreements with China on pressing security issues cloud the outlook for cooperation between the...
  • Obama says US racism 'not cured,' makes point with epithet

    President Barack Obama says the history of slavery and segregation is "still part of our DNA" in the United States, even if racial epithets no longer show up in polite conversation. He uttered the N-word in making his point. In an interview, Obama talked...
  • Latest on church shooting: Lawmaker backs Miss. flag change

    9:45 p.m. A top Mississippi lawmaker says the Confederate battle emblem is offensive and needs to be removed from the state flag. Republican House Speaker Philip Gunn said Monday that remembering our past is important, "but that does not mean we must...
  • 'We as a country will have to reckon': Obama echoes gun violence worries

    'We as a country will have to reckon': Obama echoes gun violence worries
    Addressing the shooting deaths at a black church in Charleston, S.C., President Obama condemned the politics surrounding gun control legislation and called for Americans to do something about gun violence.  It’s a call he’s made before....
  • Obama: U.S. must face up to the kind of violence that happened in Charleston

    Obama: U.S. must face up to the kind of violence that happened in Charleston
    At a town hall meeting in South Carolina this year, President Obama looked back on the most difficult moment of his presidency — the shooting deaths of 20 children and six educators in the Newtown school massacre in Connecticut — and expressed...
  • The latest on church shooting: Survivor played dead

    10:45 p.m. Felecia Sanders says she survived a shooting massacre at a historic black church in Charleston by playing dead as she lay on top of her granddaughter to protect her. Cynthia Taylor told The Associated Press that she spoke with Sanders and...